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Crohn’s diet

Hello, writing from freezing London and waiting for my Iceland grocery delivery.
I know it should be vegetable juices and lentils but this store is value for money.
I have a scar from a fistula and I can feel it which is rather strange. A bit like a zip on a handbag. I choose yoghurts of all sorts, free range eggs, malted bread, cheddar cheese,
frozen veg, baked beans, vegetarian sausages and burger and white fish.
I avoid curries, alcohol, coca cola, too much chocolate and crisps. If it's soft to chew, it's soft to pass.
 
Hello, writing from freezing London and waiting for my Iceland grocery delivery.
I know it should be vegetable juices and lentils but this store is value for money.
I have a scar from a fistula and I can feel it which is rather strange. A bit like a zip on a handbag. I choose yoghurts of all sorts, free range eggs, malted bread, cheddar cheese,
frozen veg, baked beans, vegetarian sausages and burger and white fish.
I avoid curries, alcohol, coca cola, too much chocolate and crisps. If it's soft to chew, it's soft to pass.
Thank you! I’m new to all of this. I’m just trying to figure it all out. Lol
 

Lynda Lynda

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I was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 2018. Before that I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis. And before that I was told I had IBS. I believe that every person diagnosed with an IBD has different positive or negative reactions to the food they eat. It may be wise to make a food diary to determine what foods you can or cannot tolerate. This is just my opinion and should not be taken as medical advice. This Crohn's Forum is a really great place to be. I have learned more through this forum than from any of the doctors I have visited. There are many great people hear to share stories with. Best of luck to you on your Crohn's journey.
 
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